Seventy years ago, something transpired that changed millions of people’s lives. In 1945, World War II came to close, and the remaining prisoners confined in concentration camps were set free.
On Sunday night, McPherson’s tour stopped in Dallas to promote his newest album, “Let the Good Times Roll.” The passionate singer’s presence and music evoked the rhythmic bounciness of ‘50s star Little Richard.
Domhnall Gleeson. If you haven’t heard his name, then you’ve probably seen him. He starred in “About Time” alongside Rachel McAdams in 2013 and was also in Angelina Jolie’s “Unbroken,” Oscar-nominated “Anna Karenina,” and other feature films.
This past week at the Dallas International Film Festival, filmmakers from around the world showcased their newest works, including first-time directors and professionals with a long history in the field.
I have this issue with sci-fi movies. Either some random robot or alien tribe loves us unconditionally or wants to destroy us completely.
People fall into two categories when it comes to love. One minuscule collection of lucky individuals has romance all figured out. However, the people in the dominant group have an impressive ability to mess everything up. Writers/directors Andy Irvine and Mark Smoot fall into the latter category of poor souls and decided to make a movie about it called “The Love Inside.”
So as part of the Dallas International Film Festival, I went to see a film called “This Isn’t Funny.” Ironically, “This Isn’t Funny” was extremely funny. I know. Your mind … Read More
Well folks, It’s that time of year. No, I am not talking about the time for sunbathing days on Dallas Hall lawn. No, I am not talking about the time … Read More
As A&E editor, I listen to a lot of music. As a music nerd, I go to a lot of concerts. As a journalist, I interview a lot of people. … Read More
Yes, this is actually happening. SMU’ Program Council and Theatre department have teamed up to host a unique theatrical production: the 24-hour musical.